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Coming up on News 7-
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Beefed-up security at a Gretna high school football game, following last week's fatal shooting. It wasn't police, but the men in blue and ORANGE who took over the football game in Charlottsville. And singing to save lives... an AIDS benefit concert in Africa.
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News 7 is next.

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((ANYTIME YOU HAVE CROWD OF PEOPLE TOGETHER SOMETHING LIKE THAT IS SUBJECT TO HAPPEN.))
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Heightened security at a high school playoff game after last week's fatal shooting outside Gretna High School.
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Good evening, I'm Myranda Stephens.

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It's been more than a week since a man was shot and killed and another wounded outside a Gretna High School football game. Today the Hawks played the Rustburg Red Devils for the Regional Championship amid an increased police presence and some weary fans. Jennifer Wishon reports.
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((The undefeated Gretna Hawks ran onto Lester Bond field Saturday ready to beat the Rustburg Red Devils and win the Region III Championship. Fans on both sides turned out in strong numbers, along with another force working to keep everyone safe.
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((W.C. QUARLES: NORMALLY WE DON'T HAVE BUT ABOUT FIVE OR SIX WORKING THE GAME. Reporter: how many do you have today?
PROBABLY TWENTY SOME.))
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That after the fatal shooting of 29- year- old Lynndell Powell outside Gretna's November 21st game. Neither of the two suspects attended the game that night, but fans say it was still a little two close to home in a community that rarely sees violent behavior.
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((TIM PARKER/GRETNA FAN: IT MADE ME MAD MORE OR LESS. IT WAS AN EMBARRASSMENT, IT WASN'T RELATED TO THE GAME. THE PEOPLE THAT WERE INVOLVED, I FEEL FOR THEM, BUT THEY WEREN'T HERE FOR THE GAME LIKE THE COMMUNITY WAS AND IT'S A BLACK EYE TO THE COMMUNITY AS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED.))
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Rustburg fans shared their own concerns about attending the game.
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((JUSTIN BRADLEY/RUSTBURG GRADUATE: WHETHER OR NOT IT'S GONNA BE SAFE DOWN HERE OR NOT. THEY'RE PRETTY SURE IT IS, THEY'RE PRETTY SURE THAT THE POLICE ARE GOING TO TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING, BUT IT'S STILL RUNNING THROUGH THEIR MINDS, WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF SOMETHING BROKE OUT OR SOMETHING. THEY'RE STILL A LITTLE BIT AFRAID.))
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: THIS SIDEWALK ALONG COFFEY STREET IS USUALLY PACKED WITH FANS WHO WANT TO WATCH THE GAME, BUT DON'T WANT TO PAY TO GO INSIDE. SATURDAY POLICE BLOCKED OFF THE SIDEWALK AND THE ROAD AND THE ONLY THING THEY ARE ALLOWING IS THIS MAKE SHIFT MEMORIAL FOR LYNDELL POWELL.))
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Powell says plans are already in place to construct a permanent fence that will completely block the football field from the road in an effort to keep people from congregating outside the fence and prevent any potential problems in the future. JW, News 7, Pittsylvania County.))
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And we will have highlights of the game in Sports.

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For the first time since 1998, UVA fans have bragging rights in the state. Mike Stevens has more on Virginia's 35 to 21 victory over Virginia Tech.
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One woman is dead, and a man has been charged with driving under the influence... after a traffic accident in Franklin County around 4-fifteen this afternoon. Police say 54-year-old George Washington Hale was driving on Route-788 near Endicott, when he ran off the side of the road, slid down an embankment, and hit a tree. 38-year-old Tammy Lynn Moran was in the passenger seat, and pronounced dead at the scene. Police say she was NOT wearing a seatbelt.
Hale was charged with D-U-I and released on bail. Authorities say the Commonwealth's Attorney will review the case, and decide whether additional charges will be brought.

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250 million dollars in repairs later, the U-S-S Cole is headed overseas.
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The Cole and a crew of 340 left Norfolk today for a six month stint in the Mediterranean. The guided missile destroyer was attacked three years ago while docked in Yemen. Suicide bombers pulled up to the side of the Cole with an explosives-packed boat. 17 sailors were killed, including Ringgold native Timothy Saunders. 39 others were wounded. Last week, Yemeni officials arrested a senior al-Qaeda leader who played a major role in the attack.
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November has been the deadliest month for Americans in Iraq. Today proved deadly for part of the Spanish coalition -- seven Spaniards were killed in an ambush. Lisa Barron has more from Baghdad.
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((THE TWO-CAR SPANISH CONVOY WAS ATTACKED SOUTH OF BAGHDAD AS THE AGENTS WERE RETURNING FROM A MISSION JUST BEFORE DUSK. SPANISH OFFICIALS SAID ASSAILANTS AMBUSHED THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS USING ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADES AND RIFLES...ONE SPANIARD IS BELIEVED TO HAVE ESCAPED. A NEWS CAMERAMAN WHO ARRIVED ON THE SCENE SAID SOME IN A HOSTILE CROWD ACTED TRIUPHANT AND KICKED THE BODIES CLAMING THEY WERE CIA AGENTS. EARLIER IN THE DAY, US SOLDIERS WERE ALSO ATTACKED ON A HIGHWAY SOUTH OF BAGDHAD....A HOMEMADE BO
MB WAS BURIED UNDER THE ROAD. SOT US ARMY STAFF SERGEANT BOUCHER -- "IT WAS AN IED ATTACK ON A COALITION PATROLS. TH

ERE WERE NO INJURIES." NOVEMBER HAS ALREADY BEEN THE DEADLIEST MONTH FOR US TROOPS -- AT LEAST 75 AMERICAN SOLDIERS HAVE BEEN KILLED IN COMBAT DURING THE MONTH, OUT OF ALMOST 200 TROOPS KILLED IN ACTION DURING THE ENTIRE PERIOD FROM MAY 1, WHEN PRESIDENT BUSH DECLARED MAJOR COMBAT OPERATIONS OVER. NOW, THE TOP US MILITARY OFFICIAL IN IRAQ, LT. GENERAL RICARDO SANCHEZ, SAYS THERE IS A NEW PHASE IN THE WAR IRAQI FREEDOM TWO.
SOT SANCHEZ "We are moving to a more mobile force, one that has a right blend of light and heavy that is rapidly deploy

able across the battle space that I won, and we will have more infantry." GENERAL SANCHEZ ALSO SAID THE NUMBER OF ATTACKS AGAINST US TROOPS HAS DECREASED DRAMATICALLY OVER THE PAST COUPLE OF WEEKS. AT THE SAME TIME, THOUGH, THERE IS NO LETUP IN THE INSURGENCY AGAINST ANYONE -- AND ANY COUNTRY --SEEN TO BE COOPERATING WITH THE US LED COALITION. LISA BARRON CBS NEWS BAGHDAD))


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Still to come on the newscast, it's one of the most deadly viruses in the world, but now researchers hope a vaccine will decrease the effect of biological attacks...
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and also, an all star cast headlined a major AIDS relief effort in Africa.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, the Virginia seniors get a measure of redemption agains the Hokies. Arizona has a new sideline skipper and Gretna rolls into the state semifinals. Plus, Sheffield is headed north, and roundball from the ACC hardwood. All that and more on the way in sports.))

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Singer Beyonce Knowles, Bono and Oprah Winfrey were among the thousands of people who attended an AIDS benefit concert today in South Africa.
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The event, titled "46664" was part of a campaign by former South African president Nelson Mandela. 46664 was Mandela's former prison number, which ties into his message that people infected with H-I-V and AIDS are serving a prison sentence for life.
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((NELSON MANDELA/FMR. SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT:MILLIONS OF PEOPLE INFECTED WITH HIV/AIDS ARE IN DANGER OF BEING REDUCED TO MERE NUMBERS UNLESS WE ACT.))
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Today's concert comes just two days before World AIDS Day. AIDS has killed some 17-million people in Africa, while about 30 million Africans are infected with HIV.
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Researchers are closely watching the first human to be inoculated with an experimental Ebola vaccine.
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It's already been tested on monkeys. The Ebola virus kills 90 percent of those infected -- and liquifies human organs. When the National Institutes of Health wanted a human volunteer, they didn't have to look far.
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((THERE REALLY WASN'T ANYTHING TO GET EXCITED ABOUT ACTUALLY. THE ACTUAL MOMENT OF THE VACCINATION WAS A LITTLE DRAMATIC. I HAD ALL OF THESE SCIENTISTS AROUND ME. THAT WAS BOTH A GRATIFYING AND A LITTLE BIT SCARY))
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The vaccine Rucker received is only the primer vaccine and a booster shot comes later. It is NOT however, an effort to stop the world's most lethal disease -- now it's a matter of homeland security, since the virus has been weaponized by some countries.
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Up next on the newscast, some good deals were to be found in a literacy effort in Roanoke...
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and some folks had a chance for some big bucks, by trying to sound like a duck. We'll explain in just a little bit.


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The Literacy Volunteers of the Roanoke Valley held their first holiday booksale in hopes of helping those with reading problems in the area.
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Brand new hard-back books sold for only three dollars. Non-fiction and bestsellers were all up for grabs at Tanglewood Mall today. The money raised will be used for the Literacy Volunteers program.
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((RON SWENSON/LITERACY VOLUNTEERS ROANOKE VALLEY-THE MONEY WE EARN AT THESE SALES GOES TO SUPPORT THIS WHOLE PROGRAM, PROVIDE MATERIALS, PAY FOR STAFF, TRAINING, JUST THE WHOLE GAMUT OF THINGS THAT YOU NEED IN ORDER TO HAVE A NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION RUN PROPERLY))
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Swenson says they have two programs. One-on-One tutors are provided for english speaking citizens that can't read. Another program that gets bigger every year is for immigrants that CAN speak some english, but cannot read.
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It's been a jolly start to the holiday season for the world's largest retailer.
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Wal-Mart says its sales on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, set a single day record at over one and a half BILLION dollars. That's 100 million more than it rang up last year. The top sellers this year were home electronics, small appliances, and toys.
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Coming up, the Hoos break a four game losing skid against the Hokies, Gretna rolls on in the high school playoffs, and college hoops from Tobacco Road, but first tonight's extra point,
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Gary Sheffield is apparently headed for the Bronx to don pinstripes. The Yanks have reached an agreement in principle with the seven time all star right fielder. It's said to be a three year deal worth nearly 40 million dollars. Shef hit 39 homers last season with the Braves.
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Virginia wins the 85th meeting against Virginia Tech 35-21. Steve Mason has a recap from Charlottesville.
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In the Swamp, Chris Leak gave Florida a 3 point lead over Florida State late in the contest with this 25 yard strike to Ben Troup.
But Chris Rix answered with a 52 yard bomb to P-K Sam in the back of the endzone with 55 seconds left for the game winner.
The real fireworks though took place after the game when the Seminoles stomped on the Gators logo at midfield. The Gators took offense and several punches were thrown and helmets went flying. There were no reports of injuries from the fight.
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In Atlanta, the Georgia Bulldogs took care of Georgia Tech 34-17 and clinched a likely SEC championship game berth opposite LSU. The Dogs should have the inside track to the SEC East tiebreaker after the 17 point win.
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The University of Arizona has a new head football coach, while Oklahoma is looking for a new defensive coordinator.
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Mike Stoops, the brother of Sooners Head Coach Bob Stoops will take over the reins in Tuscon. He replaces John Mackovic and inherits a team that went 2 and 10, finishing last in the PAC-10 for the first time.
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In the high school ranks, Gretna made short work of Rustburg, winning the Region Three, Division Three title.
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The Hawks have been the state's top ranked double A team most of the season and today they showed why.
Vic Hall got the party started for the home folks scooting in from a couple of yards out and it was 7-nothing.
It was then time for the Marlon Moon show. Moon scored four times this afternoon and Gretna poured it on.
Moon finishes things off with another TD.
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Gretna won it 41 to nothing over Rustburg, advancing to the state semis to face Graham.
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[S-Hoops]


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We finish up on the hardwood where North Carolina got all it could handle today on the road at Cleveland State.
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Omari Westley scored 20 points for the homestanding Vikings who led the 9th ranked Heels midway thru the second half.
But Cleveland native Jawad Williams bailed out Roy Williams and company by scoring 24 points, including a late three pointer to seal the deal as Carolina won it 82 to 76.
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Staying in the ACC, Maryland got 19 points from Nik Caner Medley to beat Hofstra 87 to 72 in College Park.
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[Duck-Calling]


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They say birds of a feather flock together -- and that's exactly what thousands of duck enthusiasts did today in Arkansas.
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More than 75-thousand people flocked to the town of Stuttgart (Stoot-gart) for its 68th annual Wings Over the Prairie Festival. The event includes a duck-dog championship, a gumbo cookoff, and a duck calling contest, where the winner could take a(------------) way close to eight-thousand dollars.